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Museum Of The Moving Image

  1. party lines
    Annette Bening Describes Warren Beatty’s First Move in Their Romance“He told this story long ago without my permission! But anyway, his version is much better, I’m sorry. You’re getting my version.”
  2. movies
    The Most Memorable Image From a New Martin Scorsese ExhibitThis Cape Fear continuity photo reminds the viewer of the intensity of Robert De Niro’s performance and of the iconic collaboration that produced it.
  3. peaceful protests
    NYPD to Monitor the HE WILL NOT DIVIDE US Site“As a site for everyone, the Museum condemns hate speech in all its forms.”
  4. scene report
    Shia LaBeouf, Jaden Smith, and Woke Teens — Undivided — Protest Donald Trump“I don’t have any answers.”
  5. wedding albums
    Real Wedding Album: A Cinematic Event at the Museum of the Moving Image“We found a supercut of wedding scenes from different Hollywood movies, and the museum let us screen it twice before the procession.”
  6. How Much Mad Men’s Costumes Have Changed Over TimeThe fashions are part of a retrospective on the show.
  7. wes anderson
    Matt Zoller-Seitz on the Films of Wes Anderson The Museum of the Moving Image likes Matt Zoller-Seitz almost as much as we do, but we’re biased.
  8. Foddievents
    Catch Alice Waters and Eric Schlosser at the Premiere of Food, Inc.A panel discussion will also include Greenmarket and Stonyfield big-ups.
  9. news reel
    David Simon and the ‘Wire’ Cast Hold Forth at Museum of the Moving Image PanelA cogent response to the ‘Dickensian’ question, thoughts on a ‘Wire’ movie, and the story of the revolt of Herc and Carver.
  10. last night's gig
    Werner Herzog: I Can Live With Death Threats“So of course I can live with the fact that Ferrara is ranting and raving. Wonderful! Can’t get any better.”
  11. Bill Clinton Made Rosie O’Donnell CryRosie O’Donnell burst into tears after Bill Clinton called her and apologized for being unfaithful to his wife. The guy who won the marathon said he did so by refraining from sex and eating pasta. Katie Holmes said her marathon run was “hard, but good.” (She also wore a velvet Hermès gown to a Museum of the Moving Image event honoring her husband.) Damien Hirst installed a bunch of dead sheep carcasses in formaldehyde tanks at Lever House. Ousted Citigroup chief Chuck Prince didn’t say hi to Sandy Weill at the Four Seasons. Annie Lennox gave a bunch of fans the finger. Governor Spitzer, Governor Corzine, and Nora Ephron went on a triple date to Cafe Boulud.
  12. Tom Cruise Nearly Wins Us Back at Museum of the Moving Image TributeFor the past couple of years, Tom Cruise has been cultivating a scary, Scientology-spewing, Matt Lauer–fighting, possibly baby-faking persona. But as we worked the red carpet at last night’s tribute to the actor by the Museum of the Moving Image, we found ourselves quickly experiencing backlash to the backlash. He really is, as they say, a megawatt star. He can still spin liquor bottles like in Cocktail, he told us, laughing heartily to signal how clever he thought we were for asking. “I [recently] went to Croatia or somewhere and a guy asked me to get behind the bar and I was spinning with him,” he said. “I broke a bottle or two. I tried!” With the fans, he’s a tireless hand shaker and picture taker. “I just think it’s manners,” he told us, after being taken away to pose with small children for the fifth time in our conversation. We’ll admit it. He had us at “hello” (well, in his case, “HELLO!”).
  13. vulture picture palace
    Way Down in the Hole: Marc Lougee’s ‘The Pit and the Pendulum’Poe’s elliptical story has provided fodder for many elaborate feature-film retellings, but Lougee’s ruthlessly efficient take is short and to the point, packing in a whole lot of tension into seven slim minutes.